- It’s normal for your skin to become dry, dull, and flaky during the cooler fall and winter months.
- Switching to thicker, hydrating skincare products can help to combat dryness and support the skin barrier.
- Some hydrating skincare ingredients to look for include squalene, hyaluronic acid, glycerin, ceramides, and more.
The change of seasons from summer to fall often means cooler temperatures and a drop in humidity. While this time of year is beautiful, the drastic weather changes and dry air can often affect our skin. It’s important to evaluate your skincare routine heading into the cooler months and consider if it may be beneficial to switch out some products better suited to fall.
It’s expected to notice some changes in your skin as the summer fades into fall. Maybe you notice that you skin feels drier, or that you have some new sun spots from summer beach days. This means that it may be time to switch out a few products or add in some new products to cater to your new seasonal skincare needs. Follow along as we breakdown some tips and tricks to transition your skincare routine into fall and winter.
Skincare and Fall Weather
It’s normal to experience changes in your skin as the weather begins to cool and humidity levels drop. You may notice that your skin appears dull, dry, red or even flaky. We also tend to spend more time indoors as the weather cools down, which can further strip our skin of moisture.
While there are some changes you should make with your skincare routine heading into fall, there are many steps that you should continue to do as you did in the summer, such as protecting your skin from the sun. Follow along as we breakdown everything you should know about transitioning your skincare routine into fall.